South Bay Hands on Art
inspired by Heather Brown
Video Lesson Steps
Watch Intro video:
Create your artwork! Options:
Surfer on Shore
Design your own surf or ocean art
You are done!
Meet Heather Brown in this video.
She is interviewed and discusses how she started making her Hawaii art and much more!
See and hear the Ukelele music
used in the HOA video
written and preformed by an Redondo Union Alum!
Max Trotter (RUHS '20)
Paper, pencil, something to color with (markers, colored pencils, or crayons), black marker (or pencil or crayon)
Heather Brown has been called the "Godmother of Modern Surf Art". Learn about Heather Brown and see samples of her work. After, students are invited to celebrate the ocean by creating their own surf art. There are steps they can follow to create scenes inspired by Heather Brown: The Big Wave, The Surfer on the Shore, and The Sunset (for 2-12). If they prefer, they can design their own beach or surf artwork instead.
Note: K-1 - if they would like to create the Sunset scene, they can follow the separate video in the extensions area. The main video for K-1 only has the Big Wave and Surfer on Shore.
Special thanks to:
Heather Brown https://www.heatherbrownart.com/ for her wonderful artwork and letting us share it!
Ocean Fever for sharing pictures at our local beaches.
Ocean Fever is a non-profit organization dedicated to exposing children and young adults to open water swimming, ocean safety, ocean education and environmental awareness.
Max Trotter (RUHS '20) for the music.